The upcoming Lamborghini flagship is making more frequent appearances as we move closer to its debut in 2024. Our spy photographers got closer than ever to a new prototype, catching a glimpse of its digital instrument cluster and interior while they were there.
The new dash has an 8,500 rpm redline for the mid-mounted V12 engine as shown from the shot of the digital instrument cluster. From the graphics, it is evident that the driver has selected the “Citta” (Italian for City) settings and a “Hybrid” driving mode. Perhaps he wanted to test the daily-driving characteristics of the supercar before taking it to the track.
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The instrument cluster reveals more information about the upcoming supercar including the active rear aero which appears to send some sort of an error in the system. More importantly, there is a lane-centering function included in the ADAS suite, likely combined with adaptive cruise control for semi-autonomous driving on the highway. Our spy photographers told us there were two screens on the inclined center console – supposedly for the infotainment system and the climate controls.
From the outside, the new Lamborghini reveals more of its aggressive styling and it is now wearing the production lighting units on both ends. At the front, the supercar gains the split headlight treatment with Diablo-style DRLs above the bumper intakes. The profile is more sculpted than ever before featuring multiple inlets and flying buttresses. At the back, the highlight is the dual hexagon tailpipes which are placed between the Y-shaped LED taillights.
We already know that the supercar will be fitted with a hybrid V12, making it the first electrified series-production model from Sant Agata. According to the latest rumors, the combined setup from the plug-in hybrid powertrain will be between 800-900 hp. If those reports are true, the yet-unnamed model will be more powerful than the Lamborghini Aventador SVJ which produced 760 hp (770 PS) from its non-electrified V12.
The all-new Lamborghini is expected to debut on March 2023, serving as a replacement for the discontinued Aventador. It will be followed by more electrified models including the successor to the Huracan, and the PHEV variant of the Urus SUV, both set to arrive before 2024.
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